Poison Ivy League

Rachel Anne Hachero, 17, seemed like the ideal student. She was a member of her Ft. Myers, Fla., school’s Model United Nations team, held many honor awards, and competed in several marathons to benefit charity.
Several ivy league schools have offered her scholarships.

But, her mother says, Rachel called her mother asking her to co-sign for a car. When mom refused, Rachel allegedly threatened to kill her. Rachel then came home, police say, and pistol-whipped her mother, forced her to the car dealership, and made her sign for the car — and Rachel drove off in her new wheels.

Still, her mother refused to prosecute because of Rachel’s outstanding performance in school. Police arrested her anyway, charging her with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, unlawful possession of a gun by an underaged person, and battery.

A THOUGHT: The ivy league scholarships might vanish, but the car dealership has offered her a position as sales manager.

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About Chase Morgan
Chase Morgan is just your average, ordinary All-American writer. Chase began writing several years ago, but never published anything until the "Are You Friggen' Kidding Me?" blog launched in August of 2009. Chase simply got tired of standing around and just observing all of the craziness in the world, so this anxious writer sat down and wrote the first "Are YOu Friggen' Kidding Me?" article on August 19th, 2009. Now, any time something makes Chase say, "Are You Friggen' Kidding Me?", the issue get's transformed into an article. Chase is currently single, homeless and living under a bridge in South Florida.

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